The Outlaws: Season Three to End BBC and Prime Video Series, at Least for Now

The Outlaws TV Show on Prime Video: canceled or renewed?

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The Outlaws returned for its third season on Prime Video in the United States on Friday, and that season could be the end of crime thriller comedy. That news comes from co-creator Stephan Merchant. The streaming service and BBC renewed the series for a third season before season two aired.

Starring Merchant, Rhianne Barreto, Gamba Cole, Darren Boyd, Clare Perkins, Eleanor Tomlinson, Jessica Gunning, Charles Babalola, Tom Hanson, Claes Bang, and Christopher Walken, The Outlaws series follows a group of people thrown together when they are all assigned to do community service. Their luck seems to change when they find a bag of money, unaware that its actual owners are dangerous.

Merchant said the following about the future of The Outlaws, per Deadline:

“I think this series concludes in a very nice way and hopefully might bring a tear to the eye, so if it does then that would be great. I am so pleased it’s run this long. I’ve enjoyed the cast, filming in my hometown of Bristol and dropping into this genre. It ticks a lot of boxes for me in terms of what I wanted to do with it.”

Will there be a fourth season? Merchant doesn’t expect to make one, but “never say never.” “The problem at the moment is whenever I finish a project, I feel a bit burned out and need to take some time away to regroup.”

While this story has seemingly come to an end, Merchant teased the possibility of an anthology-type series that would follow other community service groups in other cities.

What do you think? Have you enjoyed The Outlaws? Do you want to see more of the series or a spin-off?

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